St. Raven (Rogue Series #10) (Mass Market)
Backordered or Out of Print
Other Books in Series
This is book number 10 in the Rogue Series series.
- #6: The Dragon's Bride (Rogue Series #6) (Paperback): $15.00
- #7: The Devil's Heiress (Rogue Series #7) (Mass Market): $7.99
- #13: To Rescue a Rogue (Rogue Series #13) (Mass Market): $7.99
- #15: A Shocking Delight (Rogue Series #15) (Mass Market): $7.99
- #17: The Viscount Needs a Wife (Rogue Series #17) (Mass Market): $7.99
- #18: Merely a Marriage (Rogue Series #18) (Mass Market): $8.99
From the New York Times bestselling author of Hazard—a sizzling and sensual novel of fortune and fate…
A Lady with a Quest…
Cressida Mandeville agrees to Lord Crofton’s vile proposal, but secretly she has other plans. She will trick the loathsome man, find her father’s hidden wealth, and save her family from ruin. All goes well, until a daring highwayman stops their carriage, whirls Cressida up onto his dark horse, and demands a kiss….A Duke with a Conscience…
Tristan Tregallows, Duke of St. Raven, doesn’t plan to rescue a damsel in distress, but he can hardly leave an innocent in Crofton’s power. One kiss confirms his prisoner’s innocence, but instead of grateful, she is furious. When he discovers that Cressida is on a quest, one that will take her into the darkest parts of Regency society, St. Raven knows he must become her partner and protector. But he doesn’t expect the dangers to his heart….
About the Author
Jo Beverley was the New York Times bestselling author of the Rogue series and numerous other romance novels. Widely regarded as one of the most talented romance writers today, she was a five-time winner of Romance Writers of America’s cherished RITA Award and one of only a handful of members of the RWA Hall of Fame. She also twice received the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award. She had two grown sons and lived with her husband in England. Jo Beverley passed away in May 2016.
"Today's most skillful writer of intelligent historical romance." —Publishers Weekly
"Fast-paced, wonderfully inventive stories, and vividly rendered characters." —Library Journal